Climb up to the clock tower.
The Schlossberg in Graz is not only a natural spectacle but also a local recreational area and a viewpoint. In no time at all you are at the top and enjoying the panoramic view of Graz (a UNESCO World Heritage Site) and the surrounding areas.
Kunsthaus and Murinsel.
The spectacular architecture of Kunsthaus Graz leaves no one cold. Seldom has the juxtaposition of traditional urban structures and breathtakingly modern architecture succeeded so perfectly as realised in this museum for contemporary art in Graz.
Delights of the farmers’ market.
The cheerful, rosy-cheeked farmers’ wives on Kaiser-Josef-Platz sell fresh produce from their own land. The market takes place every day (except Sundays). On Saturdays just about every inhabitant of Graz is there to fill up their straw baskets. This is followed by a congenial meeting with friends at one of the popular stands.
Strolling in the Herrengasse and Sporgasse.
Stately buildings line Graz's main shopping street: the Herrengasse between Jakominiplatz and Hauptplatz. Here you can find everything the heart desires. The numerous boutiques create a colourful gallery of the latest fashion trends.